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With a wide variety of available scientific literature search tools, repositories, search engines, databases, and more, how do you pick the best one? This article will…
5 Things to consider when choosing a literature search tool
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It’s that time of the year when the global scholarly community comes together to celebrate peer review and to bring to the fore the current challenges, expectations,…
Join us in celebrating Peer Review Week 2021 – the largest global academic event!
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Literature search, in general, is quite a time- and effort-intensive task. It is therefore quite likely that researchers and clinicians involved in interdisciplinary or…
In a marked shift towards being more inclusive and equitable, the scientific publishing world welcomed a new ‘name change policy’ for research authors. The trans…
Following this brief explanation of what plagiarism is – essentially, ‘borrowing’ pieces of text published elsewhere and incorporating them into your article without any…
In the context of writing research papers, observing the conventions means that journal editors, reviewers, and – eventually – your readers will focus on your message…
As an academic, experiencing creative and motivational blocks is commonplace. The good news is that there’s more than one way to deal with them. In this article, we've…
A concept paper is a preliminary document that sets out to explain what a proposed study is about, why it is being undertaken, and how it will be carried out. Find out…
In this post, we will be talking about a few cases of rejection we’ve seen on the Editage Insights Q&A forum, how guidance by Editage senior editors helped them…
I asked some publication experts: What do researchers need? What is that missing piece that researchers need to become successful? And I received some really interesting…